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Now Convert Videos Into HTML5 Formats With Free Make Video Converter

 

Remember previously-covered Free Make Video Converter that included a host of file and device-based video conversion presets to quickly convert videos into required format? The application has just been updated to 3.0, bringing new video conversion presets for Nokia, Samsung, Andriod mobiles, BlackBerry, DVD conversion options, and significant speed improvements. Apart from newly added presets and under the hood enhancements, it can now convert videos into HTML5 formats, allowing you to create videos in Ogg, Theora, WebM, H.264 formats for your HTML5-based websites. Once the conversion is completed, it generates HTML5 video embed code, so that you can easily insert the video into required container of the webpage.

All the video conversion presets are accessible from the bottom of the window. To convert video into HTML5, drag the video over the main interface and use the scroll button to pick HTML5 preset. It will ask you to specify the format and output video quality. Once done, specify the output folder, check the output file size, and then click Convert to begin the process.

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Just like with other presets, you can edit the video using built-in video editor before starting the conversion. Andriod video conversion option is updated with more presets, and you may view the newly-added presets by clicking to Android from the bottom row, and then exploring the drop-down menu. As of now, it only supports video conversion for 2 Nokia handsets, including N900 and N800, and Samsung Captivate SGH-1897. Hopefully, the developers will add more device presets in next iteration. It works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Download Free Make Video Converter 3.0

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Now Convert Videos Into HTML5 Formats With Free Make Video Converter
Usman
Mon, 05 Dec 2011 08:18:04 GMT

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